[center:3sh3a0xc]Using Gif Movie Gear[spoiler:3sh3a0xc]Let's start by saying what program you need to fix your gif, you will need two programs for unrape your Gifs,
- Pivot 3 Beta and GIF Movie Gear(You will need a Serial Number to authenticate it, I posted the link, if it now works search for another)
Now let's learn how it works
After you have completed your animation opens it in the pivot 3, go to "save"
Will now appear four different saving options, "Pivot file", "Animated Gif", "AVI Video" and "Separate Images"
Create a folder to save the separate images, a window will appear giving you options suggests some like, "Bitmap", "JPEG" and "GIF". Change for "JPEG" the images
Save the JPEG images in the folder you want, be careful because if you put in a folder that already contains other files will be a mess, so create a new
Now we finish the first part of 2
Open the GIF Movie Gear, and go to the folder where you saved the images in JPEG
I Will use the animation of Olix Flix as an example (Thank you Olix).
Now select all the images inside the folder with Ctrl + A
Now will apear window showing the animation, and a few options, you have to select the little clock and adjust the frame rate
After adjusting the frame rate to 6 and go to "File " and Save as ... "
Save as Gif, upload and finished
Olix Animation - Unraped
Using GIMP - By Jojishi
We all know how crummy it is to get a bad quality image, right? It affects the shading and immense amount of detail you put in. Like this image below:
This tutorial will teach you how to get rid of the troublesome quality problems with .gif images, known as ".gif rape", with GIMP.
First of all, you open up Pivot 3. Open up the file that you want to save as a .gif. Do this by clicking "File" and then "Open" Once it has opened up, click "Save Animation" in the "File" drop-down menu. This window will pop up: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Click the drop down box next to save as type, and instead of clicking "Gif Image", click "Seperate Images" and then hit the "Save" button. This window will appear: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Check the circle that says "JPEG". "Save repeated frames" should be checked, and resizing it by 50% makes the image half the size it would appear in the .piv file. Do whatever makes you happy. When you click "Ok" it will save the animation: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Close Pivot 3 and open up GIMP. This is the main window: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Click "File" and then click "Open as Layers...": [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
A window will pop up: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Navigate through to where you saved the images, and then select them all. (Either by clicking and dragging, or pressing CTRL and "a") Click "Open" once all the images have been selected. It will take a while to load all the images, depending on the quality and sheer number of frames.
Once it has finished, click "File" and then "Save As": [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Another window will appear: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Call the file whatever you want, then click "Select File Type (By Extension)" It will open up a drop-down menu: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Scroll down and choose "GIF image" and then click "Save". This will pop up: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Check the circle that says "Save as Animation". Leave everything else the same and click "Export" Yet another window will appear: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Change the "Delay between frames" to 60 milliseconds. Check the box that says "Use delay entered above for all frames" Refer to this image if you wish: [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Click "Save" and just wait on it...
You will be left with a far higher quality .gif image. Just the way it was in the Pivot file! [spoiler:3sh3a0xc][/spoiler:3sh3a0xc]
Thankyou for your time! I hope you learned something!
The joint was with Xeraz and Kellawgs
Any questions, send PM to me or Jojishi
Credits: Olix, Ipwnall, Jojishi, PivotBrasil[/center:3sh3a0xc]